San Francisco. The dominican Fernando Tatis Jr. hit a home run off his compatriot Johnny Cueto, Jake Cronenworth contributed his third homer of the season and the San Diego Padres beat the San Francisco Giants 11-1 on Sunday.
Chris Paddack started for the Padres and was replaced after three full innings in which he gave up four hits without a run. He left the game with a 5-0 lead, with four strikeouts and one walk. Ryan Weathers (2-1) continued work on the mound with another three scoreless innings.
Cueto (2-1) had not pitched since April 14, when he suffered a left back strain. His troubles began in the second episode, with a Wil Myers single to start the inning.
Cronenworth became the fourth Padres player to hit a home run that hit the San Francisco Bay, joined by Ryan Klesko (2003), Brian Giles (2008) and Cuban Yasmani Grandal (2014).
Tatis hit his ninth home run later in the inning, a two-run hit.
Cueto had five runs and eight hits in three innings. The Padres began to take off on the board by adding four touchdowns in the eighth and two more in the ninth, when Cronenworth started the attack with a double.
Five San Diego pitchers combined to allow eight hits.
For the Padres, the Dominicans Fernando Tatis Jr. 5-2 with two runs scored and two produced, and Jorge Mateo 1-1 with an RBI. Puerto Rican Victor Caratini 5-2 with a pair of runs.
For the Giants, the Honduran Mauricio Dubón 1-1. The Venezuelan Wilmer Flores 4-1.
Stanton defines for the Yankees in the ninth
New York. Giancarlo Stanton defined the game with a single off Brad Hand in the ninth inning and the New York Yankees beat Washington 3-2 on Sunday, the second straight time they have left the Nationals on the field.
Hand (2-1) walked Tyler Wade and pinch-hitter Aaron Judge early in the bottom of the ninth inning, a day after he walked the first batter he faced before squandering leads in the ninth innings. and tenth in a game that New York won 4-3 in 11 episodes.
A grounder by DJ LeMahieu left runners in the corners, narrowly beating the shot to first to avoid the double play.
Stanton then finished by hitting a slider to left field for 24 RBIs this season and was congratulated by his teammates at first base, just the Yankees’ fifth hit in the game.
New York finished their longest home stay of the season 7-2 to improve their record to 18-16.
Michael King, Wandy Peralta and Cuban Aroldis Chapman (2-0) combined to allow just three scoreless hits in 2 2/3 innings. King got four outs to extend his runless streak to 12 1/3 innings this season.
Dominican starter Domingo Germán gave up five hits and a walk in 6 1/3 innings, while for Washington, starter Joe Ross allowed three hits and five walks in just over five innings.
For the Yankees, Venezuelan Gleyber Torres 4-1 with scored and RBI. The Dominicans Gary Sánchez and Miguel Andújar, both 3-0.
For the Nationals, the Dominicans Starlin Castro 3-2, Juan Soto 4-0, and Víctor Robles 3-0. The Cuban Yadiel Hernández 3-0. The Brazilian Yan Gomes 4-1.
The Angels left the Dodgers on three hits
Anaheim. Jared Walsh hit a two-run double in the third inning and the Los Angeles Angels held on to beat a struggling Los Angeles Dodgers 2-1 Sunday.
After the Dodgers hit first in the third on a two-out RBI single by Chris Taylor, the Angels responded in the bottom by hitting a double to right field at a full house facing Trevor Bauer (3-2).
The Dodgers had only three hits, but they had enough runners on base with nine walks from six Angels pitchers. The defending World Series champs left 12 on base and went 1-for-11 with runners in scoring position.
The Dodgers had runners on first and second with one out in the ninth inning after Mookie Betts traded a walk and Corey Seager singled.
Raisel Iglesias scored his fifth save by retiring Justin Turner with a line to right field and Will Smith with a ground ball.
For the Dodgers, the Venezuelan Keitbert Ruiz 1-0.
For the Angels, Juan Lagares 1-0.